Within the world of business, therein lies the nuances that make it function: Trust and The Three Dilemmas
London based blockchain company, SETL, is supporting the IZNES consortium in the BdF experiment with CBDC. The consortium comprises IZNES, SETL, Citi, Caceis, and DXC.
By now, if you are one of the few who have had the ability to work from home, you are starting to realize there are not so great aspects of working from home.
When the world literally comes to a crashing halt, when no-one’s shopping or buying – unless its toilet rolls or hand sanitizers – how do businesses retain their existing clients and even attract new ones during a crisis like this?
Insights and reflections on life whilst working from home during the coronavirus lockdown. How is life now, and where is SETL headed in the future?
Announcing Setl’s Webinar: “Post Trade Post Covid” Panel Session.
In this session, industry professionals discuss the impact and the future state of the financial markets Post Covid. The panelists joining us are Richard Barber (Citi), Michael Collier (DB), Stuart Warner (HSBC), and Peter Randall (Setl).
Imagine a world where robots free up humans to be able to focus more on life. This is a dream necessary for the survival of humanity.
In this episode of SETL-Cast, Sir David Walker discusses fintech, regulation, and Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
A debate has arisen whether CBDC should be tokenised or account based. Token enthusiasts imply that their preference is special and different. This note explores the point of view.
Though there are basic, apparent differences between the two groups, there are strikingly similar characteristics. Through my experiences, here are a few of my managerial observations that just might help you.
Team building requires skilled, conscious leadership and real attention to perspectives and opinions for a “creative safe space.”